Wilshire Works specializes in products that help hospitals, retirement homes and long term care facilities improve care, reduce cost and enhance facility infection control.

  • SuperSanipull RTU family of ready-to-use lengths of cleanable ribbon profile pulls for over bed lights and nurse calls
  • While any facility will appreciate the many benefits provided by SanipullBulk Premium™, this bulk system is most economical for facilities retrofitting over 140 lights or nurse call pull stations.
  • SaniTether™ for stethoscopes, magnetic pull alarms or anything that needs a cleanable tether.
  • SaniSecure™ a durable linen-friendly attachment strap for securing call cords to linen, clothing or around bed safety rails.
  • Comfort ID Bracelet™ lightweight resident-friendly ID wrist bracelet custom printed with resident's name, up to 2 other lines of information as well as colour photograph and scan code for eMars.

Practical Healthcare Innovation – Our Tradition

In 2005, Wilshire Works developed cleanable ribbon pulls to replace traditional string, nylon cords and problematic plastic pull cords on nurse calls and overbed lights.

Over 1500 facilties have chosen Sanipull cleanable pulls to improve hygiene and help reduce facility acquired infection rates.  The Toronto East General Hospital published a report in 2006 that listed Sanipull as one of a handful of implemented infection control improvements that helped to reduce their facility's MRSA and C-Diff rate by up to 50%1.

Sanipull’s innovative design protects fixtures from over-force pull damage, resulting in expense reductions which can, in the medium term, pay for the entire cost of the product and reduce maintenance work!

An optional anti-strangulation / anti-ligature Sanipull ribbon modification helps to prevent harm or death in the case of entanglement or if a Sanipull were to be used as an instrument of suicide or violence against another person.

We listen to the needs of our healthcare customers helping to develop solutions.

North America Toll Free:
1-800-SANIPUL or 1-800-726-4785